Julian Assange Must Stay in Jail as Flight Risk, U.K. Judge Rules

The WikiLeaks founder won’t be released next week when he finishes a sentence for jumping bail.

Julian Assange Must Stay in Jail as Flight Risk, U.K. Judge Rules 2019/09/16 22:00

‘Oh-Oh, Ay-Ay!’ Riding to an Italian Rhythm on the Transumanza

On the twice-yearly journey to move grazing animals between summer and winter pastures, a writer finds a deep connection to an ancient tradition.

‘Oh-Oh, Ay-Ay!’ Riding to an Italian Rhythm on the Transumanza 2019/09/16 18:28

Real-Time Surveillance Will Test the British Tolerance for Cameras

Facial recognition technology is drawing scrutiny in a country more accustomed to surveillance than any other Western democracy.

Real-Time Surveillance Will Test the British Tolerance for Cameras 2019/09/16 13:10

Iran, Notre-Dame, David Cameron: Your Monday Briefing

Here’s what you need to know.

Iran, Notre-Dame, David Cameron: Your Monday Briefing 2019/09/16 12:29

A Rebel French Poet Draws New Followers to the Hometown He Hated

Pilgrims flock to the once-ignored grave of Arthur Rimbaud, the “Jim Morrison of poets,” loved by fans as a tragic hero of free thought and authenticity.

A Rebel French Poet Draws New Followers to the Hometown He Hated 2019/09/16 08:48

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